Lake Rowan

Lake Rowan is a rural locality in north-east Victoria about midway between Shepparton and Wangaratta and 15 km south-east of Tungamah. It was named after the brothers George and James Rowan who took up the Peechelba pastoral run in 1842. The run extended east of Lake Rowan.

The lake is also known as Rowan’s Swamp and is about 1 km south of the township site.

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